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World Urban Campaign partners present vision for future cities  
New York, 13 Mar 14
Partners of the World Urban Campaign have presented their vision of how they will engage in, and contribute to, the new Global Urban Agenda in a document titled, The City We Need.
Japan pledges USD 3.7 million for UN-Habitat projects in Sri Lanka  
Colombo, 12 Mar 14
The Government of Japan has announced that it is providing funding amounting to US$ 3,678,178 (Japanese Yen377,000,000)  through the United Nations Human Settlements Programme (UN-Habitat) for the rehabilitation of community infrastructure, livelihood improvement and women’s empowerment in Sri Lanka’s Northern and Eastern Provinces over the next two years.
Roxas: Building skills to rebuild communities  
Roxas, 11 Mar 14
While national and international assistance to the Philippines supports the relief efforts in the wake of Typhoon Haiyan by distributing shelter emergency kits, running emergency centres and setting up transitional shelters, members of the affected population rebuild their homes, in most cases, without sufficient funds, skills and experience.
Women and Urban Energy- International Women's Day  
Nairobi, 7 Mar 14
On International Women's Day, UN-Habitat highlights the important role played by women and girls in urban energy issues and renews our commitment to strengthen and expand our efforts to bring access of modern energy to women.
UN-Habitat statement for International Women’s Day  
Nairobi, 7 Mar 14
Nowhere else can equality for women produce more progress for all than in cities.

Cities are an urban construct and can be developed and shaped for the benefit of the entire population. This is both necessary and possible now more than ever. A city cannot become full economically productive, socially inclusive and environmentally sustainable, as long as there are barriers to gender equality and women’s empowerment.
Japanese ambassador visits UN-Habitat projects in Sri Lanka  
Killinochchi, Sri Lanka, 7 Mar 14
The Japanese ambassador to Sri Lanka, Mr.Nobuhito Hobo,on Thursday visited the villages of Thiruvaiyyaru and Malayalapuramin Killinochchi District in the North of Sri Lanka during which he opened a recently constructed community hall and an internal road.
Urban youth mentorship programme underway  
Nairobi, 4 Mar 14
Successful applicants to the United Nations Human Settlements Programme(UN-Habitat_ youth mentorship programme, launched in the beginning of the year, have been paired with their respective mentors and begun their discussions.
Urbanisation in Africa continues at significant rate, says new report  
N’Djamena, 3 Mar 14
Growth of cities, towns and villages in Africa is continuing unabated, further adding to the continent’s already significant urban challenges, a new report released today by the United Nations Human Settlements Programme (UN-Habitat) says.
Chad President calls for national urbanization road map  
N'djamena, Chad, 3 Mar 14
Chad’s president Idris Deby Itnohas declared that he would be requesting his prime minister and the minister in charge of urbanisation to give him a full briefing on how they intend to lay a road map towards achieving the recommendations from the meeting the African Ministerial Conference on Housing and Urban Development (AMCHUD).

The fifth session of the Ministerial conference ran for four days in the Chad capital N’Djamena last week and saw a high turnout of leaders, including ten heads of state, from across the continent show their commitment to addressing urban issues in their respective countries.
UN-Habitat and Nairobi City County launch pilot public space project  
Nairobi, 26 Feb 14
Nairobi Governor Evans Kidero and UN-Habitat Executive Director Joan Clos launched the Jeevanjee Gardens Public Space Project on 24 February 2014.
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